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Faculty Member, Culinary Student Cook on Live TV


A selfie from the set
A selfie from the set
Penn College on "PA Live!"
Penn College on “PA Live!”
Fennel bulbs and orzo pasta await preparation in this chef's-eye look at the ingredients at hand.
Fennel bulbs and orzo pasta await preparation in this chef’s-eye look at the ingredients at hand.

Mary G. Trometter,  assistant professor of hospitality management/culinary arts, assisted by James E. Culp, a culinary arts technology major from Northumberland, prepared Toasted Orzo on WBRE-TV’s “PA Live!” on Wednesday for co-host Jasmine Brooks. Here’s the recipe to try at home: Toasted Orzo

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